It is human nature to fear the unknown. While there is prejudice linked with most types of mental health disorders, psychosis is unarguably the symptom that an average person finds the scariest. Characterised by a cluster of symptoms, such as delusions, hallucinations, and profound disorganisation, psychosis features in different forms. It might simply be a sign of an underlying primary psychotic disorder, such as schizophrenia, or occur due to another psychiatric issue like depression or bipolar disorder.
To a layman with no understanding of the condition, psychosis is equivalent to being crazy or dangerous. And since the problem is not well-understood, people tend to cling to stereotypes more tightly as they contextualise or evaluate someone with psychosis. This stigma also hinders millions of people from across the world from seeking rehabilitation and treatment for their debilitating psychotic symptoms. But not anymore!
With the widespread availability of privately working rehabs in the UK offering a non-judgmental and discreet environment to recover, these people finally have a chance to get over their problems and start living normally once again.
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